Shoe care guide

Shoe pride extends far beyond what is actually on your feet, more like an artwork and we want you to know how best you can cherish your shoes so that they can serve you well for years to come.



Remove the laces first and brush off dirt and debris using a horsehair brush or damp cloth. If a more intense cleaning is required, lather up with saddle soap using a damp paper towel or cloth. Wipe the excess soap from the shoes to air dry.



Using a soft brush or cloth, apply a leather conditioner to the shoe’s uppers. A neutral cream may be convenient for use on all leather shoes, but a color matched one will help cover small scratches, scrapes or scuffs. To prolong or assist from water resistance, apply an oil mask to the soles once or twice a year. Allow the shoes to air dry and buff only using a clean cloth or paper towel.



Apply a thin layer of color matched shoe polish using a horsehair brush or a soft cloth in a circular motion. Allow the shoes to hair dry and buff only using a clean cloth or paper towel. For extra shine, repeat the above process.



if you have painted or dyes, your shoes, protect them using an acrylic finish and then clean them with a damp cloth. Do not use acetone or alcohol-based cleaners as they will remove the finish. Shoe polish may affect the finish.Never use heat to dry leather shoes. Always Air dry them at room temperature.